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SCOTTISH  ARMS 


BEING 


A  COLLECTION  OF  ARMORIAL  BEARINGS 


A.D.J^370-1678 


Reproduced  in  Facsimile  from  Contemporary  Manuscripts 


WITH  HERALDIC  AND  GENEALOGICAL  NOTES 


By   R.    R.   STODART. 


VOLUME  FIRST. 


V.I 


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EDINBURGH:    WILLIAM    PATERSON 

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CONTENTS. 


INTRODUCTION. 

INDEX  TO  THE  PLATES. 

LIST  OF  NAMES  IN  THE  ORDER  IN  WHICH  THEY  OCCUR  ON  THE 

PLATES. 
PLATES— ARMORIAL  DE  GELRE,  A  to  E. 

ARMORIAL  DE  BERRY,  i  TO  ii. 

FORMAN'S  ROLL,   12  TO  21. 

SUNDERLAND  HALL  MS.,  22  TO  24. 

ADDITIONS  TO  SIR  DAVID  LINDSAY'S  MS.,  24*  TO  34. 

WORKMAN'S  MS.,  35  to  84. 

KINGS'  AND  NOBILITY'S  ARMS,  85,  86. 

SIR  DAVID  LINDSAY  THE  YOUNGER'S  MS.,  B7  TO  94. 

SIR    JAMES    BALFOUR'S  MS.,  95,  96. 

LYON  REGISTER,  97,  98. 

EARL  OF  CRAWFORD'S  MS.,  99,  loa 

GENTLEMEN'S  ARMS,  loi  TO  106. 

FUNERAL  ESCUTCHEONS,  106  TO  no. 

SUNDRIES,  III  TO  118. 
HERALDIC  AND  GENEALOGICAL  NOTES. 
INDEX  TO  THE  NOTES. 
ADDITIONS  AND  CORRECTIONS. 


THE  SMALL  PAPER  IMPRESSION,  TWO 
VOLUMES  CROJVN  FOLIO,  LIMITED  TO 
THREE  HUNDRED   COPIES,    OF    WHICH    THIS 


INTRODUCTION. 


This  work,  as  originally  planned  by  Mr  Paterson,  was  to  have  included 
the  arms  of  the  Peers  of  Scotland  from  the  time  of  Sir  David  Lindsay  to 
the  Union. 

Several  reasons  have  prevented  the  execution  of  this  design.  To  have 
given  the  full  achievements  would  have  increased  the  volume  to  an  un- 
desirable bulk ;  of  the  arms  of  some  peers  there  is  no  good  repre- 
sentation to  be  found,  and  in  other  instances,  as  that  of  the  Grahams, 
Viscounts  of  Dundee,  the  supporters  are  unknown.  It  will  be  found, 
however,  that  the  collection  as  it  stands  contains  a  great  deal  of  informa- 
tion as  to  the  bearings  of  ennobled  families  extinct  as  well  as  existing. 
The  arrangement  is  as  follows : — 

I. — ^Armorial  de  Gelre. 

When  the  work  was  far  advanced  towards  completion,  the  Earl  of 
Crawford  and  Balcarres  enabled  me  to  make  a  very  important  addition  to 
it  by  communicating  the  fact  that  the  Bibliothtque  Royale  at  Brussels 
possesses  an  illuminated  armorial  of  the  fourteenth  century,  which 
includes  a  number  of  Scottish  coats. 

The  controleur  en  chef  of  the  library  at  once  gave  permission  that 
these  should  be  copied,  and  most  obligingly  gave  every  facility  for  the 
execution  of  the  work,  which  has  been  admirably  done  by  Mr  Bainbridge 
of  Messrs  Scott  &  Ferguson,  who  went  to  Brussels  for  the  purpose.  The 
Scottish  part  is  given  entire ;  it  contains  forty-five  shields,  of  which  thirty 
have  crests,  and  is,  with  the  exception  of  a  few  shields  in  the  Roll  of 
Caerlaverock,  the  earliest  authority  for  the  tinctures.  The  names  have 
evidently  been  added  at  a  much  later  date,  from  a  list  which  is  no  longer 
in  existence.  This  beautiful  manuscript  is  in  one  thick  volume,  and 
forms  a  general  armory  of  Christendom  at  the  period. 

The  name  of  the  author,  Gelre,  Hdrault  d'Armes,  with  the  date 
1334,  is  at  the  beginning;  1340  is  placed  below  several  shields,  and  in  one 
place  1369  is  written.  The  Scottish  part  of  the  armorial  seems  to  belong 
to  this  latest  date,  and  some  of  the  entries  probably  to  a  still  later  period. 
It  is  at  present  proposed  by  M.  Bouton  of  Brussels  to  publish  a  fac- 
simile of  the  whole. 

II. — ^Armorial  de  Berry. 

The  Biblioth^qiie  Nationale  of  France  possesses  one  of  the  most 
valuable  heraldic  manuscripts  in  existence. 


iv  INTRODUCTION, 

Gilles  le  Bouvier,  its  compiler,  was  born  in  1386,  entered  the  service 
of  the  Dauphin-Regent,  afterwards  Charles  VII.,  and  so  gained  the  con- 
fidence of  his  master,  that  in  1425  he  was  sent  as  envoy  to  the  Duke  of 
Bretagne,  and  subsequently  on  other  missions. 

He  was  appointed  a  herald  in  1420,  and  afterwards  crowned  and 
created  Berry  King  of  Arms  by  the  King  at  Melun  on  Christmas  day, 
according  to  his  own  statement,  but  the  year  has  not  been  ascertained.  It 
is  certain  that  he  held  the  first  rank  as  a  King  of  Arms  in  France. 

Le  Bouvier  travelled  over  a  great  part  of  Europe,  including  Scotland 
and  Ireland,  and  also  visited  the  Holy  Land  and  Egypt ;  of  these  travels 
he  left  an  account,  and  also  chronicles  of  his  own  time. 

But  his  Armorial  is  the  one  of  his  works  which  interests  the 
student  of  heraldry. 

Charles  VII.  desired  his  king  of  arms  to  make  an  authentic  collection 
of  the  bearings  of  the  princes,  nobles,  and  gentlemen  of  the  countries  he 
visited,  and  the  result  was  this  magnificent  register.  It  consists  of  two 
hundred  and  five  leaves,  nearly  half  of  which  are  vellum.  Commencing 
with  a  genealogy  of  the  Kings  of  France,  illustrated  by  portraits,  it  gives 
an  armorial  of  France  divided  into  eight  provinces,  and  containing 
upwards  of  fifteen  hundred  coats. 

Germany,  Spain,  Scotland,  Italy,  England,  and  the  East  follow, 
bringing  the  total  to  nineteen  hundred  and  fifty-three.  It  is  fortunate  for 
us  that  the  intimate  alliance  between  this  country  and  France  led  Berry 
King  of  Arms,  to  carry  out  a  more  extensive  visitation  in  Scotland  than 
in  any  other  country.  "While  he  collected  only  sixty  coats  in  Germany 
and  sixty-four  in  Italy,  he  gives  a  hundred  and  twenty-two  from  Scotland. 
In  consideration  of  the  official  character  of  this  collection,  for  the  compila- 
tion of  which  every  facility  would  doubtless  be  given  by  Alexander 
Nairne,  then  Lyon  King  of  Arms,  and  its  antiquity,  the  probable  date 
being  1450-55,  it  has  been  thought  advisable  to  reproduce  the  whole, 
although  many  of  the  coats  are  given  the  same,  or  nearly  the  same,  in  the 
Artnonal  de  Gelre,  and  by  Sir  David  Lindsay.  The  sheets  are  about 
sixteen  inches  by  ten,  and  generally  the  shields  are  arranged  in  four  rows, 
each  containing  three  on  a  page. 

Although  this  manuscript  has  been  frequently  reproduced  or  copied 
in  part,  it  has  never  been  published  entire. 

M.  Francisque  Michel  gave  a  list  of  the  Scottish  coats  in  his 
Eccossais  en  France,  and  there  was  published  in  Paris  in  1866  an 
account  of  this  armorial  by  M.  Vallet  de  Viriville,  giving  a  list  of  its  con- 
tents and  the  blazons  of  all  the  French  coats. 

The  administration  of  the  Library  kindly  allowed  the  sheets  now 
given  to  be  photographed,  and  the  colours  were  marked  on  the  photo- 
graphic copy,  and  revised  by  the  Reverend  L.  W.  Forbes-Leith,  to  whom 
I  have  to  offer  my  cordial  thanks  for  his  aid  so  readily  given  and  so 
important.    This  armorial  is  referred  to  as  A. 


INTRODUCTION. 


III. — Forman's  Roll. 

Sir  Robert  Forman,  Lyon  King  of  Arms,  sent  to  France  to  "Our 
Sovrane  lady  Marie,  by  the  grace  of  God  Queen  of  Scotland  and  Dowager 
of  France,"  probably  in  1562,  a  roll  of  the  arms  "  of  two  hundred  and  sixty- 
seven  knights  and  landed  gentlemen  of  the  kingdome  of  Scotland."  The 
original  is  not  known  to  exist,  but  in  the  Advocates'  Library  there  is  an 
imperfect  copy  in  trick,  executed  by  Sir  James  Balfour,  Lyon  King  of 
Arms  1630-54.  It  only  gives  two  hundred  and  four  shields,  and  of  these 
fifty  have  been  selected  and  reproduced  in  colour.  1532  is  given  as  the 
date,  but  this  must  be  a  mistake  ;  Sir  Robert  Forman  was  appointed 
Lyon  in  1555,  and  Francis  II.  died  in  1560.  This  roll  is  referred  to  as 
F.  The  coats  given  from  this  and  the  other  MSS.  are  distinguished  in 
the  notes  by  an  asterisk  prefixed  to  the  name ;  the  letter  L.  indicates 
that  the  arms  are  in  Sir  David  Lindsay's  MS. 


IV. — Sunderland  Hall  Manuscript. 

A  copy  of  an  illuminated  manuscript  of  the  time  of  James  VI.,  before 
his  accession  to  the  English  crown  ;  it  contains  the  arms  of  the  kings  of 
Scotland,  those  of  the  peers  of  Scotland,  and  of  three  Highland  families 
— Macleod  (Lord  of  Lewes),  the  Lord  of  the  Isles,  and  the  Lord  of  Lome. 

These  Highland  coats,  which  are  extremely  curious,  are  reproduced. 
This  volume  was  kindly  lent  by  its  owner,  the  late  Charles  Scott- 
Plummer,  of  Sunderland  Hall  and  Middlestead,  Esq.,  the  representative 
of  the  old  Kers  of  Yair,  whose  well-known  burial  place  in  Melrose  Abbey 
has  the  inscription,  "  Here  lies  the  Race  of  the  House  of  Zair." 

V. — Sir  David  Lindsay's  Manuscript. 

The  celebrated  heraldic .  manuscript  of  Sir  David  Lyndsay  of  the 
Mount,  Lyon  King  of  Arms  1542,  now  in  the  Library  of  the  Faculty  of 
Advocates,  Edinburgh,  having  been  published  in  facsimile  in  1822,  and 
again  in  1878,  is  frequently  referred  to  as  L.  The  coats  given  in  it  are 
not  repeated  from  later  authorities,  except  in  a  few  instances,  where  they 
have  undergone  material  alteration. 

Thirteen  sheets,  added  to  the  original  at  various  dates,  have  hot 
hitherto  been  copied,  and  of  these  twelve  are  now  given. 

VI. — Workman's  Manuscript. 

An  illuminated  manuscript  in  the  Lyon  Ofiice,  compiled  about 
1565-66  by  an  unknown  hand.  It  became  the  property  of  James.  Work- 
man, a  herald  painter,  whose  name,  with  the  date  1623,  it  bears,  and  con- 
sists of  two  parts — 

First,  Arms  of  foreign  sovereigns,  kings  and  queens  of  Scotland, 


vi  INTRODUCTION, 

peers  of  the  kingdom,  some  Highland  families,  and  later  additions  in 

trick. 

Second,  Seven  hundred  and  forty-one  shields  of  the  minor  barons 
and  gentlemen,  of  which  four  hundred  and  eighty-one  seem  to  be  the 
original  series,  six  on  each  leaf,  and  all  in  the  same  style.  Two  hundred 
and  sixty  have  been  added  on  the  backs  of  leaves,  some  of  them  perhaps 
as  old,  or  nearly  as  old,  as  the  first  series.  Although  this  is  the  same 
size  as,  and  is  bound  up  along  with  the  first  part,  I  am  inclined  to  think 
that  it  is  a  separate  manuscript,  by  a  different  hand,  and  of  an  earlier 
date  than  1565.  Of  these  shields,  two  hundred  and  fourteen  are  repro- 
duced, besides  eight  achievements.     This  manuscript  is  referred  to  as  W. 


VII. — Kings'  and  Nobility's  Arms. 

A  small  folio  illuminated  manuscript,  belonging  to  the  Lyon  Office, 
roughly  executed,  without  the  author's  name  or  a  date.  It  is  shown,  by 
internal  evidence,  to  belong  to  the  period  of  the  reign  of  Mary,  after  her 
second  and  before  her  third  marriage.  This  volume  has  been  rebound, 
and  is  lettered  "  Kings  and  Nobilitys  Arms,  I.  ;"  it  has  no  title-page, 
name  of  owner,  annotation,  or  addition  of  any  kind. 

In  all  probability  this  was  the  work  of  a  herald  of  the  period,  and 
has  been  in  the  library  of  the  office  ever  since.  It  contains  a  series  of  the 
arms  of  the  queens,  from  Jane,  consort  of  James  I.,  to  Mary  and  her 
husband,  Henry,  Duke  of  Albany,  in  lozenges  surmounted  by  the  Royal 
crown,  but  without  crest,  motto,  supporters,  or  any  badges. 

Then  come  "  The  Dukes,  Marquises,  Earles,  Viscounts,  and  Lords 
of  Scotland,  as  they  ar  plassed  in  the  book  of  Armes." 

This  rather  pompous  title,  which  is  a  later  addition,  might  have  been 
shortened  with  advantage,  as  there  is  no  duke,  marquess,  or  viscount. 

The  arms  of  forty-three  peers,  and  of  the  lord  of  Lewes,  are  given 
with  helmet,  mantling,  crest,  motto,  and  supporters ;  the  crests  of  the 
earls  all  issue  from  coronets. 

Lastly,  three  hundred  and  sixty  shields  of  arms  of  minor  barons  and 
gentlemen  ;  of  these  seven  are  given,  with  notes  on  a  few  of  the  others. 

This  volume  is  referred  to  as  K. 

VIII. 

I  am  indebted  to  the  Earl  of  Crawford  and  Balcarres  for  the  loan  of 
a  valuable  illuminated  manuscript,  the  date  of  which  is  fixed,  by  internal 
evidence,  as  being  after  the  accession  of  James  VI.  to  the  throne  of 
England,  in  March  1603,  and  before  March  1605,  when  Lord  Home  was 
created  an  Earl.  The  authorship  is  ascribed  to  "  Sir  David  Lindesay  of 
the  Movnt,  Knicht,  Lord  Lyon  King  of  Armes,"  whose  arms  form  the 
title-page. 

It  contains  four  Royal  coats,  arms  of  the  peers,  with  one  or  two  later 
additions,  three  coats  of  chiefs  of  clans,  and  two  hundred  and  thirty 


INTROD  UCTION.  vii 

shields  of  the  bearings  of  the  minor  barons  and  gentlemen.  Of  these 
twenty-five  are  reproduced,  with  notes  on  some  of  the  others. 

This  MS.  is  referred  to  as  L.  II, 

It  was  purchased  by  its  present  owner,  and  is  bound  in  vellum,  with 
a  foreign  coat  of  arms  stamped  on  each  board  ;  Castille  quartering  Leon, 
and  another  coat  which  I  have  been  unable  to  identify ;  the  shield  placed 
on  the  breast  of  a  two-headed  eagle,  above  which  is  a  crown. 

This  is  one  of  the  most  beautifully  executed  works  of  the  kind  I  have 
seen,  both  as  regards  design  and  colouring. 

IX. 

A  thick  duodecimo  volume,  entitled  "  Font's  Manuscript,"  the  property 
of  the  Earl  of  Kinnoull,  whose  grandfather  and  father  successively  held  the 
office  of  Lord  Lyon,  from  1796  till  1866.  It  was  purchased  for  the  late 
Earl  of  Kinnoull  at  Mr  Smiton's  sale  in  1809,  and  remained  in  the  Lyon 
Office  till  his  lordship's  death,  when  it  was  sent,  along  with  his  other 
books  and  manuscripts,  to  Dupplin  Castle. 

The  present  earl  has  obligingly  allowed  me  to  make  use  of  it. 

"W.  Smiton,  painter,  1780,"  is  inscribed  on  a  flyleaf. 

The  contents  are : — 

1.  Two  hundred  and  thirty-one  shields  of  "The  arms  of  sev"* 
Scots  gentlemen,  &c.,  illuminate  according  as  I  found  them  in  ane  old 
MSS.  in  follio,  writen  and  drawn  (but  not  illuminate)  by  S'-  Ja.  Balfour, 
Lord  Lyon,  w""*^  I  had  generously  communicate  to  me  by  the  favour 
of  S'-  Rot.  Sibbald  of  Kipps,  janr.  Ao.  171 1,  whereof  a  great  many  is  drawn 
from  ancient  sealls  of  charters  of  ancient  dates," 

At  the  end  are  the  words,  "  Finis  Balfour." 

2,  One  hundred  and  eight  shields  in  the  same  style.  "  Nota,  the 
following  coats  are  taken  out  of  ane  old  MSS.  herald  book  of  Scots 
noblemen  and  gentlemen's  arms,  illuminat  in  quarto."  Of  these 
twenty-seven  are  given  in  facsimile,  with  notes  on  some  of  the  others. 

This  collection  is  referred  to  as  B, 

The  other  contents  of  the  volume  are  a  copy  of 

3.  "The  arms  of  the  nobilitie  of  Scotland,"  and  of  "the  whole 
sirnams  in  Scotland,"  collected  by  James  Font,  a.d.  1624,  with  later 
additions, 

4,  The  sixteen  quarters  of  the  nobility  of  Scotland,  "  first  drawn  out 
by  George  Forteus,  Herald  Fainter,  Ao.  1699,  according  to  there  pre- 
cedence, in  yt  years  Roll  of  parliament,  and  since  corrected  and  much 
enlarged  by  ye  transcriber."     Many  of  these  are  blank  or  incomplete, 

5.  A  series  of  sixteen  quarters,  in  some  cases  with  the  date  of  death 
and  place  of  interment;  others  are  copies  of  birthbriefs  issued  to 
Scotchmen  abroad  or  about  to  go  abroad ;  the  dates  are  nearly  "all  of  the 
second  half  of  the  seventeenth  century. 

6,  Notes  of  services  of  the  nobility  and  many  of -the  gentry,  collected 
from  the  retours  in  the  Chancery  Office,  1550  to  17 10, 


viii  INTRODUCTION. 

X. — The  Lyon  Register. 

The  results  of  the  general  visitation  of  arms,  1672-78,  which  followed 
the  passing  of  the  Act  of  Parliament  in  the  former  year,  were  arranged  in 
alphabetical  order,  in  two  series. 

The  first  is— "The  Blasoning  of  the  Armes  belonging  to  Knights 
Baronet,  Knights  Batchellar,  and  Barons  within  the  kingdome  of  Scot- 
land, at  least  of  such  of  them  as  have  matriculat  conforme  and  in  obedi- 
ence to  the  said  21  Act  of  the  third  Session  of  the  second  Parliament  of 
our  dread  soveraigne  Lord  King  Charles  the  second,  all  sett  downe  as 
their  sur-names  agree  with  the  order  of  the  alphabet,  blanks  being  left 
for  adding  the  atchievem'^  of  these  who  shall  hereafter  come  in  at  ye  end 
of  each  letter ;  and  ye  dates  of  ye  Baronets  patents  being  marked  after 
their  respective  bearings  as  follows." 

The  other  is — "  The  Blason  of  the  Armes  belonging  to  the  gentlemen 
within  the  kingdome  of  Scotland  who  have  matriculat  their  bearings  and 
extracted  warrants  for  using  ye  same,  conforme,"  &c. 

Thirty-two  coats  of  arms  are  painted.  It  had  been  intended  to  place 
one  at  the  beginning  of  each  letter,  but  some  have  been  left  undone  or 
merely  sketched. 

Of  these,  fourteen  are  given  as  examples  of  official  herald  painting  in 
the  time  of  Sir  Charles  Erskine,  one  of  the  most  accurate  and  active 
officials  who  have  worn  the  crown  of  Lyon. 

The  reference  is  L.  R. 

XI. — Heraldic  MS. 

The  property  of  the  Earl  of  Crawford  and  Balcarres,  the  loan  of  which 
is  one  of  the  many  favours  I  have  received  from  his  lordship.  It  belongs 
to  the  reign  of  James  VI.,  and  gives  shields  drawn  in  ink  of  the  arms  of 
about  five  hundred  and  thirty  of  the  nobility  and  gentry  of  Scotland. 

Some  have  written  blazons  below,  and  others  have  the  tinctures  in- 
dicated by  letters. 

From  this  collection  thirteen  coats  are  given  besides  Siward,  which 
has  been  placed  among  sundries. 

The  MS.  is  referred  to  as  C. 

XII. — Gentlemen's  Arms. 

A  small  folio  volume,  the  property  of  the  Lyon  Office,  apparently  com- 
piled in  the  reign  of  Charles  I. ;  the  only  coat  it  contains  with  the  Nova 
Scotia  baronet's  badge  is  Hope  of  Craighall,  the  year  of  whose  creation  is 
1628.  At  the  end  a  few  additions  on  a  larger  scale  and  by  a  different 
hand  have  been  made,  probably  after  the  Restoration ;  the  latest  of  these 
has  the  date  1676.  The  coats  are  alphabetically  arranged,  but  not  all  in 
exact  order ;  there  are  sixteen  on  a  page,  nine  hundred  and  thirty-eight 
in  all. 

Of  these  eighty-four  are  given,  also  notes  on  a  few  others. 


INTRODUCTION.  ix 

The  manuscript  is  referred  to  as  G. ;  it  is  imperfect,  the  letter  A. 
being  wanting,  but  seems  otherwise  complete. 

XIII. — Funeral  Escutcheons. 

Among  the  archives  of  the  Lyon  Office  are  fourteen  volumes  of 
Funeral  Escutcheons  and  Birthbriefs,  of  which  only  three  contain  repre- 
sentations of  the  coats  forming  the  sixteen  or  eight  quarters  displayed  at 
the  interments. 

They  are  sketched  in  ink,  with  the  tinctures  indicated  sometimes  by 
letters,  sometimes  by  lines. 

The  first  of  the  three  was  compiled  by  Henry  Eraser,  who  was 
appointed  Ross  Herald  6th  July  1687,  being  designed  "painter  burgess  of 
Edinburgh  "  in  his  commission.  He  died  or  resigned  before  3rd  February 
1724,  when  Roderick  Chalmers  had  a  commission  as  Ross  Herald. 

Eraser's  arms  were  registered  soon  after  his  appointment,  he  being 
then  "  herauld  painter."  The  volume  is  a  thick  quarto,  containing  one 
hundred  and  fifty-one  leaves,  on  some  of  which  there  are  two  Funeral 
Escutcheons,  but  a  few  of  these  have  merely  names  without  drawing  or 
blazon  of  arms. 

Sixteen  coats  are  taken  from  this  collection. 

The  second  is  a  large  thick  folio,  bound  in  dark  leather,  with  an 
ornamental  device,  and  the  letters  f^e  on  each  board. 

It  begins  with  Patrick,  Earl  of  Marchmont,  who  died  2nd  August 
1724,  ends  with  Mary,  Countess  of  Sutherland,  whose  death  occurred  in 
1766,  and  contains  two  hundred  and  forty  Funeral  Escutcheons ;  some  of 
them  are  mere  sketches,  and  others  incomplete. 

From  this  volume  twenty-three  coats  are  given. 

The  third  begins  in  1762,  and  gives  fifty-one  Funeral  Escutcheons, 
some  of  which  are  copies  of  older  ones  ;  nothing  has  been  found  in  this 
that  need  be  copied. 

These  records  are  referred  to  as  F.  E. 

XIV. — Sundries. 

In  the  notes  on  the  thirty-nine  coats  given  under  this  heading,  the 
sources  from  which  they  have  been  obtained  are  stated. 

To  Mr  Paterson  is  due  the  entire  credit  of  suggesting  the  plan  that 
has  been  followed  in  making  this  collection  of  Scottish  Arms  ;  namely,  to 
take  from  the  various  authorities,  as  nearly  as  possible  in  chronological 
order,  the  coats  not  given  by  Sir  David  Lindsay,  and  not  to  repeat  those 
already  given.  In  carrying  out  this,  I  have  exercised  a  discretion  in  two 
directions.  The  arms  of  a  family  are  given  more  than  once  where  there  is 
a  notable  variation  in  the  bearings,  and  some  are  omitted  which  seem 
erroneous,  or  are  merely  an  older  coat  differenced  by  an  ordinary  mark  of 
cadency. 

The  special  interest  which,  from  its  antiquity  and  beauty,  attaches  to 
the  Armorial  de  Gelre,  renders  all   apology  for  giving  it  entire  quite 


X  INTRODUCTION. 

unnecessary ;  it  has  been  thought  desirable  also  to  give  the  whole  of  the 
Amwrial  de  Berry,  although  involving  a  good  deal  of  repetition. 

The  publisher  has,  wisely  I  am  sure,  spared  no  trouble  or  expense  in 
procuring  perfectly  reliable  copies  of  these  MSS.,  and  every  justice  has  been 
done  to  the  originals  in  the  exact  and  spirited  reproduction  of  the  coats. 

All  the  plates  in  the  volume  are  the  work  of  Messrs  Scott  & 
Ferguson,  and  have  been  most  carefully  and  accurately  executed. 

In  a  work  of  this  nature  it  is  obviously  impossible  to  refer  to 
authorities,  or  even  to  indicate  all  the  sources  from  which  information  has 
been  drawn. 

Among  these  are  the  official  registers  of  the  Lyon  Court,  and  the 
various  manuscript  collections  in  the  library  of  the  office ;  Mr  Henry 
Laing's  two  invaluable  volumes  of  "  Scottish  Seals ; "  manuscript  notes 
by  the  late  John  Riddell,  advocate ;  and  information  furnished  at  various 
times  by  the  late  Alexander  Sinclair,  Esq.,  who  was  always  willing  and 
seldom  unable  to  assist  in  solving  a  genealogical  puzzle. 

From  Mr  Marryat's  "  Year  in  Sweden,"  notices  have  been  taken  of 
some  of  the  numerous  Scotchmen  who  settled  in  that  country  in  the 
seventeenth  century. 

Besides  the  MSS.  named,  there  have  been  examined  those  bequeathed 
to  the  Library  of  the  University  of  Edinburgh  by  the  late  David  Laing, 
LL.D.,  those  at  Sunderland  Hall,  in  the  Library  of  the  Faculty  of 
Advocates,  in  the  College  of  Arms  of  England,  in  the  Library  of  the 
British  Museum,  and  a  curious  and  well-executed  illuminated  MS. 
belonging  to  Macleod  of  Macleod.  It  gives  the  arms  of  the  peers,  of  the 
families  of  Macleod,  Maconell,  and  Macleod  of  Lewes,  with  supporters, 
crests,  and  mottoes,  two  hundred  and  fourteen  shields  of  the  minor 
barons  and  gentry ;  also  the  arms  of  the  Emperor  and  several  kings. 

At  the  end  are  some  interesting  entries  of  the  arms,  with  an  anagram 
or  quotation,  and  autographs  of  several  envoys  at  the  court  of  James  VI., 
or  foreign  visitors  of  rank. 

For  instance  :  "  M.  T.  ].—Non  est  mortale  quod  opto.  Scripsit 
Sterlini,  ii  Septembris,  anno  ultimi  temporis,  mdvic.  Steno  Bilk, 
manu  ppoy 

The  others  are:  Christian  Barnekau,  Stirling,  1594;  Due  de  Venta- 
dour,  no  date;  John  Septimus,  baron  Lichtenstein  and  Nicolspurg, 
Edinburgh,  1587;  Mandropius  Parsburg,  1588;  Henry  Below,  1585; 
Nicholas  Theophilus  1585,  St  Andrews. 

There  is  also  a  Latin  inscription  by  Christianus  Barnekaw,  Danus, 
Edinburgi,  anno  1586. 

Steen  Bilde  of  Bildesholm,  and  Christian  Barnekov  of  Birkholm, 
were  ambassadors  sent  to  be  present  at  the  baptism  of  Prince  Henry ; 
Barnekov,  Manderup  Parsbjerg  of  Hexholm,  Henry  Below  of  Spotterup, 
and  Dr  Nicholas  Theophilus,  were  envoys  from  Denmark  to  Scotland 
in  1585. 

At  the  end  is  added— y<ri/  laissd  mes  armoiries  a  Mon''-  Scha,  en 
tesmoignage  d'amitU,  Dit  Bartas. 
Ex  arte  et  marte. 


INTRODUCTION.  xi 

This  volume  was  the  property  of,  perhaps  was  executed  by,  Guillaume 
du  Bartas,  the  poet,  who  died  in  1590,  having  been  ambassador  from  the 
King  of  France  at  the  court  of  James  VI.  The  legatee  was  probably 
William  Schaw,  Master  of  the  King's  Works,  and  Chamberlain  to  the 
Queen,  who  died  i8th  April  1602,  aged  fifty-two. 

It  came  into  the  possession  of  Alexander  Brodie  of  Brodie,  Lyon 
King  of  Arms  1727-54,  whose  daughter  and  heir  married  John  Macleod, 
younger  of  Macleod. 

There  are  many  names,  such  as  Baillie,  Blair,  Cockburn,  Dalzell, 
Fawsyde,  Guthrie,  Haldane,  Kirkpatrick,  Moncur,  Ogill,  Preston,  Renton, 
Tait,  Inglis,  &c.,  which  occur  in  almost  every  collection. 

On  the  other  hand,  there  are  a  large,  number  of  families  of  whose 
arms  there  is  no  representation  to  be  found  at  all.  Of  these  may  be 
mentioned  Adair  of  Kinhilt,  Bain  of  Tulloch,  Caldwell  of  that  Ilk, 
Dunlop  of  that  Ilk,  Haig  of  Bemerside,  Mow  of  Mains,  Craigengelt  of 
that  Ilk,  Deuchar  of  that  Ilk,  Cuthbert  of  Castlehill,  and  the  Highland 
families  of  Maclachlan,  Mackinnon,  Macfarlane,  Macnachten,  Macnab, 
and  Gunn. 

As  regards  the  notes,  it  is  a  cause  of  deep  regret  to  me  that  more 
time  was  not  available  to  render  them  worthy  of  the  plates  they  are 
intended  to  explain  and  illustrate.  Thrown  together  as  they  have  been 
in  the  intervals  of  official  work,  and  dealing  chiefly  with  names,  dates, 
and  blazons,  mistakes  must  have  been  made,  and  have  passed  unnoticed, 
but  I  shall  be  contented  if  the  result  be  accepted  as  an  honest  attempt 
towards  the  establishment  of  the  heraldry  of  Scotland  on  a  basis  of  fact. 

R.  R.  STODART. 

Lyon  Office,  \ith  August  1880. 


INDEX    TO    THE    PLATES. 


Plate 

Plate 

Abercromby, 

.     9-1 1 

Batwood, 

95 

Abernethy,  John, 

D 

Bediton  (?), 

6 

Acheson, 

6i 

Bell,    .... 

73 

Adamson,    .        . 

52 

Belshes  of  Tofts, 

lOI 

^die  of  Moneaght, 

97 

Bennett, 

lOI 

Agnew,  Sheriff  of  Galloway 

95 

„        of  Chesters,     . 

107 

Aikenhead,  . 

•        78 

Bertram, 

.       116 

Aikman, 

III 

Bethune  of  Creich, 

17 

Alexander,  Alschoner, 

.        64 

Bickerton  of  Luffness, 

7 

Alison, 

.        56 

Birnie, 

lOI 

Allan, 

.  53,  71 

Black, 

95 

Anderson,  see  Annand, 

60 

„     of  Comiston, 

lOI 

Angus,  Earl  of,    .         .      , 

.     E,  I 

Blackadder  of  Tulliallan, 

.        58 

Angus,  of  old, 

42 

Blackstock, 

44 

Annand, 

60 

Blackwood,           .         .     6, 

74.  ioi 

Annand  or  Anderson, 

D 

Blair  (no  name), 

E 

Arbuthnott  of  that  Ilk, 

91 

„     of  Balthayock,    . 

90 

Armstrong, 

78 

,,     or  Blairgane, 

14 

Arneill, 

56 

Blindsell, 

95.  loi 

Arnot, 

76 

Boe  of  Staine, 

106 

Arran,  Earl  of,     . 

31 

Boig,  .... 

43 

Athole,  Earl  of,  . 

E 

Bonnyman, 

lOI 

Auchinleck, 

II 

Bontine  of  Ardoch, 

lOI 

Auchinleck  (or  Fouls), 

E 

Borthwick, 

8 

Auchmutie  of  that  Ilk, 

42 

Boswell, 

10 

Bothwell,     . 

72 

Baikie  of  Tankerness, 

108 

„        of  Halbank,  . 

94 

Baillie  of  T-amington  (?), 

9 

Bower  of  Kincaldrum, 

116 

Baird, 

53 

Boyle,          .        .        .        . 

lOI 

Balcanqual  of  that  Ilk, 

116 

„      of  Kelburne, 

109 

Balcaskie  of  that  Ilk,  . 

13 

Brand,          .         .         .         . 

lOI 

Balfour  of  that  Ilk,      . 

20 

Brisbane  of  Bishopton, 

no 

„          Denmill, 

16 

Brodie  of  that  Ilk, 

'lOI 

„          Kirkton, 

21 

Brokas,        .         .         .         . 

86 

„          Ballo, 

21 

Broune  of  Fordell, 

21 

Balmakewan, 

95 

„           Hartree, 

59 

Balvaird 

47 

Brounhill,    .         .        .        . 

lOI 

Bannerman  of  Elsick, 

no 

Bruce,  ceux  Dandresel, 

5 

Barclay,       .         .         . 

81 

Brunton,      .         .         .         . 

lOI 

„        of  Colairny,  . 

82 

Buchan,  Earl  of, 

I 

,,        of  Gartly, 

95 

Buchan  (?),  .         .         .         . 

9,52 

Barraman,   .         .         .         , 

66 

Buchanan  (?),  le  Seigneur  de 

Barry,          .         .         .         . 

III 

Bouquenel,     '  . 

4 

XIV 


INDEX  TO  THE  PL  A  TES. 


Plate 

Burnett loi 

Burnett  of  Leys,          .        .  92 

,,         of  Barns,        .         .  109 

Butter  of  Gormack,      .         .  loi 

Byres,          ....  loi 

Cader,  ....  81 
Caddell  or  Calder  of  Asloun,  102 
Cairncross,  ...  45 
Cairns  of  Orchardtoun,  .  17 
Calder,  see  Cader,  Caddell. 
Calderwood,  ...  67 
Campbell  of  Loudoun,  .  5 
Campbell  (?),  ...  5 
Cantelupe,  ....  95 
Carkettle,  ....  83 
Carlyle  of  Kinmount,  le  Seig- 
neur de  Queinmont,  .  4 
Carnegie  of  Kinnaird,  .  1 1 1 
Carrick,  Earl  of,  .  B,  E,  i 
Carse,  ....  50 
Carwood,  .  .  .  .  51 
Cathcart,  ....  5 
Chancellor  of  Shieldhill,  .  no 
Chapman,  ....  52 
Charteris  of  Amisfield,  .  20 
„  of  Lumphanan,  .  20 
Chirnside  of  East  Nisbet,  .  20 
Christison,  ...  77 
Chrystie  of  Whythouse,  .  102 
Clanchattan,  ...  68 
Claresoun,  ....  99 
Clark  of  Balbirny,  .  .  68 
Clark,  .  .  .  .75 
Clarkson,  .  .  .  .102 
Cochrane,  .  .  .  .  9,  66 
Cockburn  of  Langton,  .  8 
Collace  of  Balnamoon,  .  70 
Colville,  ....  7 
„  Robert,  .  .  D 
Comyn,  le  Sire  de,  .  .  E 
Cook,  .  .  .  .  56,  69 
Copland  of  Udoch,  .  .  102 
Cornwall  of  Bonhard,  .  45 
Corrie  of  Kelwood,  .  .  19,  95 
,,  of  Newbie,  .  ,  102 
Corsar,         ....  59 

Couper 63,  70 

Coutts  of  Ochtercoul,  .        .  93 

Cowston,     ....  50 

Craig  (no  name), .         .        .  E 


Craig, 

Craik, .... 

Crail,  .... 

Cramond,     . 

Craw  of  Gunsgreen,     . 

Crawford,  Earl  of, 

Crawford,     . 

of  Grennan, 
William, 
of  Leifnorris, 

Crich, .... 

Crichton  of  Sanquhar, 


of  Cairnes,    . 
Crombie, 
Cruikshank, 
Cudbertson, 
Cullane, 

Cuming  of  Altyre, 
Cunningham,  le  Seigneur  de 

Kilmaurs, 
Cure,   .         .         :        . 
Currie,  see  Corrie, 


Plate 
62 
67 

95 
III 

106 

I 

9,82 

10 

II 

89 

53 

4 

7 

7 

47 
III 

79 

95 
12 

2 

67 


Dalgarno  of  Garnieston, 
Dalgleish,    . 
Dalrymple,  . 


,,  Sir  James, 

Dalzell  of  that  Ilk, 
Danskine,    . 
Dasone,  Dawson, 
Davidson,    . 
Dempster,    . 
Denham, 

Dennistoun,  Lord, 
Dick,  . 

,,     of  Prestonfield, 
Dickson, 

Dingwall,  Lord,  . 
Dishington  of  Ardross 
Dobie, 
Dog,   . 
Don  of  Teith, 
Donaldson, . 
Douglas,  Earl  of, 

„         of  Pompherstoun, 

„  of  Mains, 

,,         Archibald, 
Drummond  {le  nom  manqzie), 
,,  of  Concraig, 


102 
102 

9 

21 

of  Stair,    97 

.     8,13 

.         76 

43.  102 

45,  95,  102 

102 

102 

35 

46 

108 

55 
24B 

8 

68 

48 

70 

102 
B,  I 

116 

no 
E 
D 

112 


INDEX  TO  THE  PL  A  TES. 


XV 


Plate 

Plate 

Dudingston  of  South-house 

%            83 

Forrett  of  Fingask,     . 

109 

Duff,    .        .        .         . 

55 

Fouls  (?),      . 

E 

Duguid, 

102 

Fowler, 

51 

Duket, 

.        83 

Eraser  of  Philorth, 

79A 

Dunbar, 

4 

French, 

45 

Dumbreck  of  that  Ilk, 

74 

Fullerton,   . 

48 

Duncan  of  Mote, 

71 

Fynnik, 

61 

Dundas, 

7 

Fythie  of  Bysack, 

102 

Dunning  of  Mailer, 

102 

Duns,  .... 

18 

Gair  of  Nigg, 

97 

Durham  of  Monifieth, 

18 

Gairdner,     . 

56 

„        of  Pitkerro,    . 

19 

Gardine  of  that  Ilk, 

19 

,,        of  Borrowfield, 

103 

Eccles  of  Kildonan,     . 

97 

Gartshore  of  that  Ilk 

"3 

Echlin  of  Pittadro, 

.      118 

Ged,    .... 

83 

Eckford, 

•     79A 

Geddes  of  Glenholm,  . 

84 

Edgar, 

13 

Gemell,        . 

113 

Edington  of  that  Ilk,  . 

.        58 

Gibb, 

47 

Edmonstone,  John, 

B 

Gibson  of  Durie, 

79A 

„            of  Duntreath, 

91 

Gilbert, 

85 

Ellem,  see  Allan. 

Gilmour  of  Craigmiller, 

109 

Elliott, 

76 

Glasfurd, 

116 

„       of  Redheugh,  . 

85 

Glass  of  Pittentian, 

109 

Ellis,  Elies, 

65 

Gledstanes, 

.        64 

„     of  Elliestoun, 

106 

Glen,    .... 

10 

Elphinstone,  Balwearie, 

9 

Glendinning  of  Drumrash, 

95 

Erskine,  Robert, 

D 

Goodlet  of  Abbotshaugh, 

107 

„        Thomas, 

C 

Gourlay  of  Kincraig  (?), 

3 

ofGogar, 

89 

,,              ... 

54 

„         of  Kinnoull,  . 

99 

Govane, 

103 

Ewart, 

50 

Gowrie,  Earl  of,  . 

29 

Ewing,         .         . 

66 

Grahame,  le  Seigneur  de  Gr 

am,     4 

„        of  Morphie,  . 

103 

Fairholm  of  Craigiehall, 

97 

of  the  Mote, 

79A 

Fairn  of  Tarlogie, 

97 

Grant,          .         .         .         . 

95 

Falconer  of  Halkerton, 

18.  92 

Gray,            .         .        .         . 

3 

Farquharson, 

103 

Grierson  of  Lag, 

13 

Faunzies,     .         .         .         . 

81 

Guild,           .         .         .         . 

43 

Ferguson,    .         .         .         . 

94 

Gulane,        .         .         .         . 

54 

Fife,  Earl  of,       . 

E,  I 

Guthrie  of  Lunan, 

49 

Finn, 

61 

f 

Fisher,         .         .         .         . 

65 

Hadder,       .        .        .        . 

116 

Fleming,  le  Seigneur  de  Bi| 

?gar,  2 

Haitlie  of  Mellerstane, 

93 

Fletcher,      .         .        .        . 

99 

Halcro,        .         .         .         . 

103 

„        of  Saltoun,    . 

102 

Haldane  of  that  Ilk,     . 

100 

Fokart,  Flokart, . 

5 

Haliburton,  Walter,     . 

C 

Forbes,  Monsieur  de,  . 

3 

,,            of  Pitcur, 

70 

Forman,  Sir  Robert,  Lyon 

Halyday,      .         .         .         . 

■       65 

King  of  Arms, 

28. 

Hamilton,  le  Seigneur  de,    . 

2 

Forrest,       .         .         .         . 

78 

,,          of  Innerwick, 

116 

Forrester  of  Corstorphine,  . 

8 

„         of  Silvertonhill,  . 

14 

XVI 


INDEX  TO  THE  PLATES, 


Plate 

Plate 

Hamilton,  Lord  of  Paisley, 

24A 

Kincaid  of  that  Ilk, 

19 

Hannay  of  Sorbie, 

95 

Kincardine,  Earl  of  (?), 

B 

Harcarse,     . 

8 

King, 

49 

Hardy, 

99 

Kin  och, 

72 

Harratt, 

51 

Kinnear, 

79 

Hay  of  Tillebothell,     . 

95 

Kintore, 

103 

Heart,  Hart, 

.  44,  82 

Kirke, 

•      "7 

Hepburn  (Patrick,  le  Seigneur),    C 

Kirkpatrick, 

5 

„        of  Hales, 

8 

Kirkwood,   . 

103 

„         of  Waughton, 

12,89 

Knox  of  Ranfurly, 

81 

„         of  Whitsome, 

16 

Herries  of  Terregles,    . 

5 

Laidley, 

.        96 

„      of  Cousland,    . 

91 

Laing, 

59 

Hervie, 

103 

„       of  Morrisland, 

.        98 

Hill,    .... 

56 

Lamb, 

103 

Hislop, 

63 

Lamont  of  that  Ilk, 

"3 

Home  of  Dunglas, 

6 

Langlands  of  that  Ilk, 

97 

„         Wedderburn, 

89 

Lauder  of  Bass,  . 

7 

Homyll, 

73 

11             >>         \)i 

8 

Honyman,  . 

82 

Lawrie, 

61 

Hopper,       .... 

103 

Law,    .... 

77.  "3 

Home, 

68 

Lawson  of  Humbie,     . 

15 

Horsbrugh  of  that  Ilk, 

103 

ft             ... 

75 

Howison,     . 

57 

Lawtie  or  Laittes, 

60 

Hunter,       .        , 

69,75 

Leask  of  that  Ilk,         . 

103 

Hutcheson, 

.  45.  62 

Leith, 

66 

„       of  Harthill, 

103 

Ireland  of  Milhorn, 

no 

Lennox,  Earl  of, 

E,  I 

Irvine, 

95 

„        Duke  of, 

34 

Isles,  Lx)rd  of  the,        .       i 

,  24,  36 

Leslie,  Walter,    . 

C 

„            „    see  Earl  of  Ro 

ss. 

„       le  Seigneur  de, 

4 

Lewes,  Lord  of,  . 

23.  37 

Jackson, 

71 

Lichton  of  Ulishaven, 

92 

Jaffray  of  Kingswells, 

97 

Lindsay,  John,    . 

C 

Jardine,  ceux  Dapegart, 

5 

„        David, 

C 

Johnston  of  Caskieben, 

103 

„        le  Seigneur  de, 
„         Sir  Jerome,   Lyon 

2 

Kein,  .... 

69 

King  of  Arms, 

25 

Keith,  le  Sire  de, 

C 

Lindsay,  Sir   David  of  the 

„       Lord  Dingwall, 

.     24B 

Mount,  Lyon  King  of  Ar 

ms,    27 

,,      of  Tilligonie,     . 

97 

Lindsay,  Sir  David  of  Rath il- 

Kellie, 

79 

let,  Lyon  King  of  Arms, 

33 

Kelso  of  Kelsoland,     . 

116 

Lithgow,      .        .        . 

57 

Kennedy,     . 

5 

Little,          .        .         .        . 

99 

„        of  Kermucks, 

103 

Littlejohn,   .         .        .         . 

103 

Ker  (?),  ceux  de  Moncastel, 

5 

Livingston  of  that  Ilk, 

6 

„     of  Samuelston, 

8 

„           Callendar, 

6 

,,     of  Fernihirst, 

16 

„            Drumry, 

6 

,,.... 

55 

Livington,   .         .         .         . 

100 

Kilgour, 

55 

Loch,           .        .        .         . 

60 

Kiltra, 

74 

Logan  of  Restalrig, 

8 

INDEX  TO  THE  PLATES. 


XVll 


Logic,          .... 

Plate 

"3 

Marshall  of  Clothoderick, 

Plate 
106 

Lome,  Lord  of,   . 

22,  39 

Mason, 

.             46 

Low,    ..... 

107 

Masterton,  . 

82 

Lumsdaine  of  Blenearn, 

58 

Maxtone  of  Cultoquhey, 

104 

Lundin  or  Lundy  of  that  Ilk, 

72-106 

Maxwell,  Earl  of  Morton, 

32 

Lyle,  le  Seigneur  de  Duchal, 

3 

,,         of  Pollock,    . 

9 

Lyon,  le  Seigneur  de. 

3 

Maxwell  of  Calderwood, 

6 

Mayne, 

104 

M'Aben  of  Knockdolian,     , 

98 

Meik,  .... 

.        58 

Macaulay  of  Ardincaple, 

115 

Meldrum,    . 

9 

M'Beith,      .        .         .        . 

65 

Melville,      . 

6 

M'Blane,     .        .        .        . 

114 

Menteith  of  Kerse, 

16 

M'Brair  of  Netherwood, 

108 

Menzies,      . 

6 

M'Callum  or  Malcolm, 

114 

Mertoun, 

44 

Macalzean,  .... 

114 

Methven,     . 

99 

M'Caull,  Makcalla,      . 

42 

Michelson,  . 

104 

Maclellan,  ceux  de  Bouldy, . 

5 

Middleton  of  Kilhill,  . 

104 

,,            .... 

83 

Mitchell,      . 

.  18,  76 

MacConnell  of  Duniveg  and 

Miller  of  Newton, 

.       107 

Glins,       .... 

88 

Mirrie, 

115 

Maculloch,  .... 

9 

Moffat,  Moquenton,     . 

4 

„           of  Torhouse, 

96 

,,               ... 

50,  104 

Macdonald  of  Moydert, 

98 

Moncur  of  that  Ilk, 

71 

„           see  Isles,  Lord  of 

,,              ... 

71 

Macdowall, .... 

4 

Monipenny, 

9,  10 

„           of  Garthland,     . 

15 

Monorgan,  . 

115 

Macduff,      .... 

65 

Monro  of  Fowlis, 

92 

M'Gachen  of  Dalquhat, 

114 

Montgomery,  le  Seigneur  d 

e,        2 

Macghie,      .... 

5 

Moray,  Earl  of,   .         . 

B,  E,  2 

Magill,         .... 

52 

"              ■     .    ". 

Macgregor  of  old,  Lord, 

38 

Morison  of  Dairsie, 

55 

M'Han,        .         . 

114 

Morton,  Earl  of,  . 

32 

Mackay  of  Bighouse,  . 

no 

Mosman,     .        .        . 

104 

Makell,        .... 

74 

Motherwell,  William,  . 

II 

Mackenzie  of  Kintail, 

90 

Moubray  of  Barnbougal, 

7 

M'Kie  of  Larg,    . 

96 

Moutray,     .         .         .         . 

78,  80 

Mackintosh  of  that  Ilk, 

107 

Mudie, 

66,  112 

Maclean,      .... 

87 

Mullikine,   .         .         .         , 

80 

Macleod  of  Lewes,       .      3, 

23.  37 

Murdoch,     .         .         .         . 

115 

of  that  Ilk,     . 

3,41 

Mure  of  Rowallane,  le  Seig- 

Macmorran of  Glaspan, 

59 

neur  de  Roualle, 

'  3 

Macneill  (?),  le  Seigneur  de 

Murray  of  Gask, . 

6 

Maquele, .... 

3 

„       of  Cockpool  (Copal) 

4 

Macpherson,  Clanchattan,   . 

68 

„        of  Blackbarony, 

16 

Magney  (?),  Alexander, 

II 

„        of  Culbin,  .     . 

47 

Malcolm,     .... 

114 

Myrton,  see  Mertoun,  . 

44 

Man,  Lord  of  (Kincardine), 

B 

Mar,  Earl  of,       . 

B,  I 

Naesmyth  of  Posso,     . 

.        98 

March,  Earl  of,    . 

B,  2. 

Neilson  of  Craigcafifie, 

85 

Marjoribanks, 

57 

Nevay  of  that  Ilk  (Moncur 

Marshall,     .... 

104 

ofSlaines), 

104 

XVlll 


INDEX  TO  THE  PL  A  TES. 


Plate 

Plate 

Nicolson,     .... 

104 

Renton  of  that  Ilk, 

.            58 

Nisbet  of  Dean,  . 

108 

Rerik, 

115 

Noble,         .... 

104 

Richardson, 

49 

Norvell,       .... 

9 

Riddell  of  that  Ilk,      . 

15 

Rigg  of  Aithernie, 

107 

Ogilvy,  Monsieur  de  Quohon,       3 

Roberton,    . 

74 

Ogston  of  that  Ilk,       . 

15 

Robertson,  . 

44 

Oliphant,  Monsieur  de  Quil 

i,         3 

Rochead  of  Innerleith, 

no 

Or, 

46 

Roger, 

43,51 

Orchardton, 

104 

Rolland, 

.        96 

Orkney,  Earl  of,  .         .         \ 

B,  1,30 

Rollo  of  Duncrub, 

93 

Orme  of  Mugdrum,     . 

116 

Ross,  Earl  of,      . 

B,  E 

Ormond,  Earl  of, 

2 

„      le  Sire  de, . 

E 

Orrok  of  that  Ilk, 

59 

,,      of  Balnagowan, . 

90 

Oswald,       .... 

104 

,,                ... 

„        of  Fingalton, . 

108 

Rowle, 

99  i^^s) 

Oudney  of  that  Ilk,      . 

104 

Russell  of  that  Ilk,      . 

,        46 

Owston,       .... 

62 

Rutherford, 

7 

Ruthven,  Monsieur  de  Ruei 

I'        3 

Panther,      .... 

44 

„         Earl  of  Gowrie,    . 

29 

Paterson  of  Luthrie,    . 

93 

Rynd, 

76 

Patton,        .... 

53 

Pearson,       .... 

77 

St  Clair,  Sir  William, 

100 

Peebles  of  Dunfermline, 

54 

St  John,  Lord  of, 

40 

Pentland,     .... 

42 

Sanderson,  . 

77 

Philp  of  Ormiston, 

21 

Sandilands,  le  Sire  de. 

D 

Pitcairn  of  Forther,      .    ■ 

72 

„           of  Calder, 

7,  10 

Pittendreich  of  that  Ilk, 

69 

Sands, 

105 

Play  fair. 

96 

Schann, 

80 

Pollock,  le  Seigneur  de, 

2 

Scheil, 

57 

Porterfield  of  that  Ilk, 

108 

Scotland,  King  of. 

A 

Preston,  Henry,  . 

C 

Scott  of  Balwearie, 

9 

Primrose,     . 

81 

„        Harden, 

106 

Pringle(?),. 

8 

Scougal  of  that  Ilk,     . 

.       105 

„       of  Galashiels,  . 

109 

Scroggie,     . 

80 

Purves, 

48 

Scrymgeour  of  Myres, 

112 

Pyet  of  Auchinhamper, 

104 

Sempill  of  Eliotston,  . 

6 

John,      . 

II 

Rae,    .... 

.       105 

Seras, 

100 

Rainie, 

104 

Seton,  le  Sire  de, 

.     D,  2 

Rait,    .... 

■  10,  99 

„      of  Touch, 

57 

Ralston,       .        .         : 

104 

Sevis, 

64 

Ramsay,  Alexander,     . 

C 

Shank  or  Sauks, 

62 

„         of  Dalhousie, 

7 

Sharp, 

.       105 

„         of  Russell,     , 

47 

Shewal, 

54 

„         of  Kirknewton, 

91 

Sibbald  of  Balgony,     . 

7 

Rankine, 

.       105 

Sinclair,  le  Sire  de. 

E 

Rattray, 

10 

,,        of  Blanse, 

17 

Reid, 

50 

,,        of  Stevenson, 

107 

Reid  of  Colliston, 

17 

Siward, 

.       118 

„    of  Pitfoddels, 

.       105 

Skene, 

.        63 

INDEX  TO  THE  PLATES. 


XIX 


Plate 


S, 


Skene  of  that  Ilk, 
,,      of  Curriehill, 

Slewman,  Sloane, 

Smeaton,     . 

Smith, 

Somerville  of  Camnethan, 

Spalding,     . 

Speir, 

Spans  of  Wormiston, 

Spott, 

Spottiswoode  of  that  Ilk, 

Sprottie, 

Steill, 

Stenhop, 

Stevenson  of  Herdmanshiel 

Stewart,  John,     . 
,,       Alexander, 
„       of  Traquair, 
„       Sir  William,  Lyon 

King  of  Arms,  .  26 
„  of  Grandtully,  .  12 
„        of  Bauespick,  .         14 

,,        of  Castlemilk,         .  4 

„  le  Seigneur  de  Darnley,  2 
,,  Earl  of  Orkney,  .  30 
,,        of  Dalswinton,       .  4 

,,  Earl  of  Arran,  .  31 
,,       Duke  of  Lennox,  .        34 

Strathern,  Earl  of,       .      E  {bii),  i 

Studman,    ....        86 

Sutherland,  Earl  of,    .         .     E,  i 

Swift,  ....        49 

Swinton,  le  Seigneur  de,     .  2 

Sydserf  of  that  Ilk,      .         .         43 

Symmer  of  Balzordie,  .       105 

Symyne,      .         .         .         .105 


94 
106 

53 
105 
96,  105  {pis) 
96 

105 

no 

12,  17 

105 

68,73 

105 

73 

75 
118 

D 

D 

84 


Tau,    . 
Tennant, 
Thomson,    . 

,,         of  Maynes, 
Tod,    . 

Toshach  of  Monyvaird 
Towers, 
Town  is, 

Trollop,  Troup,  . 
Trotter, 

„       of  Mortonhall 
Tullus, 
Tullydaff,    . 


79 
14 
54 
98 
no 

15 
8 

48 

52 

61 

109 

63 
112 


Plate 

Turnbull,    .         .         .         .  7,  19 

Turner,        ....  86 

Tyrie  of  Drumkilbo,    .         .  106 

Udney,  see  Oudney. 

Udward,      ....  85 

Umphraston,       ...  42 

Urquhart,    ....  84 

Urrie,           ....  79 

Vans,           ....  13 

,,      of  Barnbarroch,          .  90 

Veitch  of  Dawyck,       .        .  67 
Vernor,        .         .         .         .105 

Vollum  of  Wodwrae,  .        .  105 

Waddell,     ....  62 

Walker,       ....  63 

Walkinshaw  of  that  Ilk,      .  107 

Wallace  of  Ellerslie,    .        .  18 

Walterstoun,        ...  80 

Wardlaw  of  Torry,      .        .  6 

,,          Warriston,        .  14 

Wastoun,    ....  46 

Watson,      ....  75 

Watt,          .         .         .         .  n8 

Wedderburn  of  that  Ilk,      .  72,  96 
Well  wood,           .        .         .106 

Welsh,         ....  70 

Wemyss  of  that  Ilk,    .         .  20 

„        of  Rires,        .         .  4 

West,           ....  69 

White,         .         .        .        .  64 

Whitehead  (Quhytelau),       .  12 

Wigum,       .        .         .        .  78 

Wilkie,        .         .         .         .  73 

Williamson,         ...  77 

Willmure,   ....  64 

Wilson,        ....  67 
Winchester,         .         .         .105 

Windegates,        ...  60 

Winram,     ....  49 

Wiseman,   ....  96 

Wishart,      .         .         .         .  10 
Wordie,       .         .         .         .106 

Wright  of  Langsyde,  .         .  51 

Wynton  of  Strickmartine,  .  48 

Young,        ...         96  {bis) 

Yule, 106 


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1»M" 


LIST  OF  NAMES   IN  THE  ORDER  IN  WHICH  THEY 
OCCUR  ON  THE  PLATES. 


Armorial  de  Gelre. 

A  Le  Roi  d'Ecosse. 

B  Le  Comte  de  Carrick,  Le  Comte  de 
Douglas,  Le  Comte  de  Moray,  Le 
Comte  de  Mar,  Le  Comte  de  March, 
Le  Comte  de  Kinkardin,  Le  Comte 
d'Orkney,  Le  Comte  de  Ross,  Jean 
Etmoston. 

C  Jean  de  Lindsay,  Henri  de  Preston, 
Alexandre  de  Ramsay,  David  de 
Lindsay,  Le  Seigneur  Patrick  (Hep- 
burn), Gauthier  Leshy  ?  Lesly  ?  Le 
Sire  de  Keith,  Gauthier  Haliburton, 
Thomas  Erskine. 

D  Le  Sire  de  Seton,  Robert  Erskine, 
Jean  dAbernethy  ?  Jean  Lydell  ?, 
Jean  Stuart,  Alexandre  Stuart,  Le 
Sire  de  Sandiland,  Anderson,  Le 
nom  manque  (Drummond),  Robert 
de  Colville. 

E  Le  Sire  de  Sinclair,  Le  Comte  de 
Fife,  Archibaud  de  Douglas,  Le 
Sire  de  Comyn,  Le  Comte  de  Ross, 
Le  Comte  de  Moray,  Le  Comte 
de  Carrick,  Le  Comte  dAthoI,  Le 
Comte  de  Strathern,  Lord  Lenes 
(?  Lennox),  Le  Comte  de  Strathern, 
Le  Comte  de  Sutherland,  (Blair), 
Le  Comte  dAngos,  Fouls,  Le  Sire 
de  Ros,  (Craig  or  Craigie). 


Armorial  de  Berry. 

I.  Le  Conte  de  Boquan,  Earl  of  Buchan. 

Le  Comte  de  Craffort,  Earl  of  Craw- 
ford. 

Le  Comte  Dilles,  Earl  of  Ross,  Lord 
of  the  Isles. 

Le  Comte  de  Quant,  Earl  of  Carrick. 

Le  Comte  de  Fit,  Earl  of  Fife. 

Le  Comte  de  Stranne,  Earl  of  Stra- 
thern. 

Le  Comte  de  Lenax,  Earl  of  Lennox. 

Le  Comte  de  Surdelle,  Earl  of  Suther- 
land.? 


Le  Comte  de  Mare,  Earl  of  Mar. 
Le  Comte  Duglas,  Earl  of  Douglas. 
Le  Comte  Dangos,  Earl  of  Angus. 
Le  Comte  Dorquenay,  Earl  of  Orkney. 
Le   Conte   de   la    Marche,    Earl    of 

March. 
Le  Comte  de  Morat,  Earl  of  Moray. 
Le  Conte  Dormont,  Earl  of  Ormond. 
Le  sr  de  Samcton,  Lord  of  Swinton. 
Le  sr  de  Lindsay,  Lord  Lindsay. 
Le  sr  de  Seton,  Lord  Seton. 
Le  sr  de  Dernele,  Lord  Darnley. 
Le  sr  de  Mongoby,  Lord  Montgomery. 
Le  sr  de  Polloc,  Lord  of  Pollock. 
Le  sr  de  Begart,  Lord  of  Biggar. 
Le  sr  de  Hameleton,  Lord  Hamilton. 
Lesrde  Quimaurs,  Lord  of  Kilmaurs. 
Le  sr  de  Bowesol,  Lord  of  Duchal. 
Le  sr  de  Rouallo,  Lord  of  Rowallane. 
Le  sr  de  Cranoc,  Lord  of  Kincraig. 
Mosr  de  Quili,  Oliphant  of  Kellie. 
Mosr  de  Gray,  Lord  Gray. 
Mosr  de  Quohon,  Ogilvy  of  Auchter- 

house. 
Mosr  de  Rouen,  Ruthven  of  that  Ilk. 
Le  sr  de  Bene,  Lord  of  Lewes. 
Le  sr  de  Lion,  Lyon  Lord  Glamis. 
Le  sr  de  Maquele. 

Le  sr  de  Ves,  Macleod  of  Dunvegan. 
Mosr  de  Forbois,  Lord  Forbes. 
Le  sr  de  Grain,  Lord  Graham. 
Le  sr  de  Losec,  Leslie. 
Le  sr  de  Boquenel,  (?)  Buchanan. 
Mosr  de  Rues,  Wemyss  of  Rires. 
Le   sr   de    Chastelmont,    Stewart   of 

Castlemilk. 
Le  sr  de  Copal,  (?)  Murray  of  Cbck- 

pool. 
Le  sr  de  Queinmont,  Carlyle  of  Kin- 

mont. 
Ceulx  de  Quoquenton,  Moffat. 
Ceulx  de  Mandrel,  Macdowal. 
Ceulx  de  Sansi,  Crichton  of  Sanquhar. 
Ceulx   de  Duplicton,   (.-')   Stewart  of 

Dalswinton. 
Ceulx  du  bar,  Dunbar. 
Ceulx  de  Moncastel,  (?)  Ker. 


XXll 


LIST  OF  NAMES. 


Ceulx  d'Andresel,  (?)  Annandale. 

Ceulx  de  Nesegles,  Hemes  of  Ter- 
regles. 

Ceulx  Dapegart,  Jardine  of  Apple- 
garth. 

Ceulx  de  Blairian,  Kirkpatrick. 

Ceulx  de  Tranquart,  Kennedy. 

Ceulx  de  Tranquart,  Cathcart. 

Ceulxde  Bouldy,  Maclellanof  Bomby. 

Ceulx  de  Maligny,  Macghie. 

Le  seignr  de  Lodun,  Campbell  of 
Loudon. 

Ceulx  de  Vedenmeton,  (?)  Campbell. 

Ceulx  de  Foucart,  Fockart. 

6.  Ceulx  de  Blaquehut,  Blackwood. 
Ceulx   de    Quarehut,    Maxwell    of 

Calderwood. 
Ceulx  de  Helioton,  Sempill  of  Eliot- 

ston. 
Ceulxde  Dunegles,  Homeof  Dunglas. 
Ceulx  de  Maligny,  Melville, 
Ceulx  de  Limeton,  Livingston. 
Ceulx  de  Callemey,   Livingston   of 

Callendar. 
Ceulx   de   Crenoc,  (?)    Menzies    of 

Enoch. 
Mosr  de  Gasc,  Murray  of  Cask. 
Ceulx  de  Toury,  Wardlaw  of  Torry. 
Ceulx   de    Dompry,    Livingston   of 

Drumry. 
Ceulx  de  Bediton. 

7.  Ceulx  de  Balgony,  Sibbaldof  Balgony. 
Ceulx  de  Corville,  Colville. 

Ceulx  de  Rienderfut  or  Riendersuc, 

Rutherford. 
Ceulx  de  Tourneboulle,  Turnbull. 
Ceulx    de    Qualor,    Sandilands    of 

Calder. 
Ceulx  de  Bas,  Lauder  of  Bass. 
Ceulx  de  Dondas,  Dundas. 
Ceulx  de  Bronbaquol,  Moubray  of 

Barnbougal. 
Ceulx  de  Criston,  Crichton. 
Ceulx  de  Dalnoby,  Ramsay  of  Dal- 

housie. 
Ceulx deCarmes,  Crichton  of  Cairnes. 
Ceulx    de    Lufennes   or  Lusennes, 

Bickerton  of  Luffness. 

8.  Le  sr  de  Bocquint,  Lord  of  Borth- 

wick. 
Ceulx  de  Helles,  Hepburn  of  Hailes. 
Ceulx  de  Sasineton,  Ker  of  Samuel- 

ston. 
Ceulx  de  Barilli,  (?)  Towers  of  Dairy. 
Ceulx  de  Bel,  (?)  Dunbar  of  Biel  or 

Lauder. 
Ceulx    de     Lanton,     Cockburn    of 

Langton, 


Ceulx  de  Cortofin,  Forrester  of  Cor- 

storphin. 
Ceulx  de  Listawrie,  Logan  of  Les- 

terrick  or  Restalrig. 
Ceulx    de    Haldor,    Dishington   of 

Ardross. 
Ceulx  de  Haubogle,  (?)  Hop  Pringle. 
Ceulx  de  Harques,  Harcars. 
Ceulx  de  Dalhel,  Dalzell. 
9.  Ceulx   de    Launton,   (?)    Baillie    of 

Lamington. 
Ceulx  de  Reug  (?),*  Scott  of  Bal- 

wearie. 
Ceulx  de  Dongan,  Normanville. 
Ceulx  de  Poloc,  Maxwell  of  Nether 

Pollock. 
Ceulx  Dabrecherme,  Abercrombie. 
Ceulx  de  Bois  Glain,  Maculloch. 
Ceulx  de  Melledron,  Meldrum. 
Le  sr  de  Crafort,  Crawford. 
Le  sr  De  Rample,  Dalrymple. 
Ceulx  de  Bogivi,  (?)  Buchan. 
Le  sr  de  Coqueran,  Cochrane. 
Le  sr  de  Menipegny,  Monipenny. 

10.  Ceulx  de  Grenan,  Crawford  of  Gren- 

nan. 
(Rait). 

(Monipenny). 
Ceulx  de  Ratri,  Rattray. 
Ceulx  de  Bousainuille,  Boswell. 
Ceulx  de  Glin,  Glen. 
Ceulx  de  Lorn,  (?)  Sandilands. 
Ceulx  de  Wichart,  WisharL 
Ceulx  de  Colleuille  (?). 
Jorge  Bannantin. 
Jaques  de  Rous  (?). 
Guille  Cliston. 

1 1 .  Guilleme  Crafort,  Crawford. 
Guille  Aveillec,  Affleck. 
Guilleme  de  Modreville,  Motherwell. 
Jehan  Semple. 

Alexandre  Magntn  (?). 
Abrecommere,  Abercromby. 

Forman's  Roll. 

12.  Spens     of    Wormiston,    Whitelaw 

(Whitehead)  of  that  Ilk,  Stewart 
of  Garnetullie,  Hepburn  of 
Waughton,  Cuming  of  Altyre. 

13.  Dalzell  of  that  Ilk,  Grierson  of  Lag, 

Edzar,  Balcaskie  of  that  Ilk,  Waus. 

14.  Hamilton  of  Silvertonhill,  Wardlaw 

of  Warriston,  Stewart  of  Baues- 
pick,  Tenand,  Blairgaine. 

*  Some  word  like  this  is  faintly  written  above 
"  Lagwere  "  (?),  which  seems  to  be  cancelled. 


LIST  OF  NAMES. 


XXlll 


15.  Lawson   of    Humble,    Toshach   of 

Monivaird,  Macdowal  of  Garth- 
land,  Riddell  of  that  Ilk,  Ogston 
of  that  Ilk. 

16.  Ker  of  Fernihirst,  Hepburn  of  Whit- 

some,  Balfour  of  Denmill,  Murray 
of  Blackbarony,  Menteith  of 
Kerse. 

17.  Spens    of  Wormiston,    Bethune    of 

Creich,  Rinde  (Reid)  of  Collision, 
Sinclair  of  IBlans,  Cairns  of 
Orchardton. 

18.  Falconer  of  Halkerton,   Durham  of 

Monifieth,  Michell,  Wallace  of 
Ellersley,  Duns  of  that  Ilk. 

19.  Turnbull,  Corrie  of  Kelwood,  Gau- 

dine  (Gardine)  of  that  Ilk,  Kin- 
caid  of  that  Ilk,  Durham  of  Pit- 
kerro. 

20.  Charters  of  Emysfield,  Wemyss  of 

that  Ilk,  Balfour  of  that  Ilk,  Char- 
ters of  Lumfanan,  Chirnsyd  of 
East  Nisbet. 

21.  Broune  of  Fordell,  Philp  of  Ormis- 

ton,  Balfour  of  Ballo,  Dalrymple, 
Balfour  of  Kirkton. 


Sunderland  Hall  Manuscript. 


22. 

23- 

24. 


24' 
24^ 

25- 

26. 

27. 

28. 
29. 

30- 

31- 
32. 
33- 
34- 


35- 
36. 
37- 
38. 


Lord  of  Lome. 
Macleod,  Lord  of  Lewes. 
Lord  of  the  Isles. 

Additions  to  Sir  David 

Lindsay's  Manuscript. 

,  Lord  Claud  Hamilton  of  Paisley. 
Keith,  Lord  Dingwall. 
Sir  Jerome  Lindsay  of  Annatland, 

Lyon. 
Sir  William  Stewart,  Lyon. 
Sir  David  Lindsay  of  the  Mount, 

Lyon. 
Sir  Robert  Forman,  Lyon. 
Ruthven,  Earl  of  Gowrie. 
Stewart,  Earl  of  Orkney. 
Stewart,  Earl  of  Arran. 
Maxwell,  Earl  of  Morton. 
Sir  David  Lindsay  of  Rathillet,  Lyon. 
Stewart,  Duke  of  Lennox. 

Workman's  Manuscript. 

Lord  Dennistoun. 
Lord  of  the  Isles. 
Lord  of  Lewes. 
Lord  Macgregor. 


39.  Lord  of  Lome. 

40.  Lord  of  St  John. 

41.  Macleod  of  that  Ilk. 

42.  Angus,  Pentland,  Achmutie  of  that 

Ilk,  Makcalla,  Umfrastoun  of  that 
Ilk. 

43.  Dasoun,  Roger,  Bog,  Sydserf  of  that 

Ilk,  Guilde. 

44.  Panther,  Hert,  Roberton  of  that  Ilk 

(Robertson),  Merton,  Blackstock. 

45.  French,    Cornwall     of     Ballenhard, 

Hucheson,  Davidson,  Cairncross, 

46.  Or,  Wastoun,    Russell  of  that   Ilk, 

Mason,  Dick. 

47.  Murray  of  Culben,  Crumbe,  Ramsay 

of  Russell,  Balvaird  of  that  Ilk, 
Gib. 

48.  Dog,  Purves,  Fullerton  of  that  Ilk, 

Wyntonof  Strickmartine,  Townis. 

49.  Swyft,  Windram,  King,  Guthrie  of 

Lunan,  Richardson. 

50.  Carse  of  Monktonhall,   Reid,  Cow- 

stane,  Moffat  of  that  Ilk,  Ewart. 

51.  Wright   of  Langside,    Roger,   Car- 

wood,  Harratt,  Fouler. 

52.  Buchan,  Chapman,  Makgill,  Adam- 

son,  Trollop. 

53.  Slewman,     Criche,     Baird,     Alane, 

Pattoun. 

54.  Peebles  of  Dunfermline,  Thomson, 

Schewall,  Gulane,  Gourlay. 

55.  Duff,  Dikesoun,  Ker,  Kilgour,  Mori- 

son  of  Dairsie. 

56.  Hill,  Arneill,  Cook,  Gardner,  Alison. 

57.  Lithgow,  Schil,  Howison,  Seton  of 

Touch,  Marjoribanks, 

58.  Renton  of  that  Ilk,  Meik,  Blanerne 

(Lumsden),  Edington  of  that  Ilk, 
Blackadder  of  Tulliallan. 

59.  Broun  bf  Hartree,  Orrok  of  that  Ilk, 

Corsar,    M'Morran   of    Glaspan, 
Laing. 

60.  Laitteis   of    that    Ilk,    Windygates, 

Annand,  Anderson,  Loch. 

61.  Lowrie,    Achesoun,    Fin,   Fenwick, 

Trotter. 

62.  Craig,  Waddell,  Hucheson,  Ousfen, 

Sauks. 

63.  Cowper,   Walker,    Tullus,    Hislop, 

Skene. 

64.  White,  Alschoner  (Alexander),  Gled- 

stanes  of  that  Ilk,  Wilmure,  Sevis. 

65.  Halyday,  Makbeth,  Makduff,  Eleis, 

Fisher. 

66.  Cochrane,  Leith,  Barraman,"  Ewing, 

Mudie. 

67.  Calderwood,  Veitch  of  Dawick,  Cure, 

Wilson,  Cralk. 


XXIV 


LIST  OF  NAMES. 


68.  Home,  Spottiswood  of  that  Ilk,  Clan 

Chattan,     Clarke    of     Balbirny, 
Dobie. 

69.  Kein,  West,  Hunter,  Cook,  Pitten- 

dreich  of  that  Ilk. 

70.  Cowper,  Don  of  Teith,  Welsh,  Hali- 

burton  of  Pitcur,  Collace  of  Bal- 
namoon. 

71.  Duncan  of  Mote,  Jackson,  Moncur, 

Moncurofthat  Ilk,Alane  (Ellem). 

72.  Wedderburn  of  that  Ilk,  Pitcairn  of 

Forther,  Lundyof  that  Ilk,  Both- 
well,  Kinloch. 

73.  Spottiswood,       Hommyll,      Wilkie, 

Steill,  Bell. 

74.  Kiltra,  Makell,   Dumbreck  of  that 

Ilk,  Blackwood,  Roberton. 

75.  Lawson,   Hunter,  Stenhope,   Clark, 

Watson. 
"jb.  Rind,    Denskine,     Mitchell,    Eliott, 
Amot. 

77.  Law,  Peirson,  Christison,  Sanderson, 

Williamson. 

78.  Forrest,  Akenhead,  Mowtray,  Wig- 

hem,  Armstrong. 

79.  Cudbertson,  Urrie,  Kellie,  Kinnear, 

Taw. 
79A,  Fraser  of  Philorth,  Gibson  of  Durie, 
Acford,  Graham  of  the  Mote. 

80.  Milliken,      Mowtray,      Walterston, 

Schan,  Scrogie. 

81.  Barclay,   Faunis,  Calder,    Primrose, 

Knox  of  Ranfurly. 

82.  Honyman,     Crawfurd,     Barclay    of 

Collairnie,  Masterton,  Heart. 

83.  Dudingstonof  Southhouse,  Carkettle, 

Duket,  Ged,  Maklelland. 

84.  Geddes   of    Glenholm,   Stewart    of 

Traquair,  Urquhart  of  that  Ilk. 

Kings'  and  Nobility's  Arms. 

85.  Neilson  of  Kilcaffie,  Eliot  of  Red- 

heugh,  Udwart,  Gilbert. 
%(i.  Stuidman,  Brokas,  Turnour. 

Manuscript  of  Sir  David 
Lindsay  the  Younger. 

87.  Maclean. 

88.  Mackoneil  or  Macdonald. 

89.  Crawford  of  Lefnorreis,  Hepburn  of 

Wauchton,    Home     of  Wedder- 
burn, Erskine  of  Gogar. 

90.  Blair  of  Balthayock,   Mackenzie  of 

Kintail,    Ross    of    Balnagowan, 
Vans  of  Barnbarroch. 


91.  Arbuthnot  of  that    Ilk,  Ramsay  of 

Kirknewton,  Harries  of  Cousland, 
Edmonstone  of  Duntreath. 

92.  Monro  of  Foulis,  Burnett  of  Leys, 

Lichton  of  Ullishaven,  Falconer 
of  Halkerton. 

93.  Haitlie  of   Mellerstane,  Paterson  of 

Luthrie,  Rollok  of  Duncrub, 
Coutts  of  Auchtercoul. 

94.  Bothwell  of  Hallbank,  Skene  of  that 

Ilk,  Ferguson. 

Sir  James  Balfour's  Manu- 
script. 

95.  Agnew,  Sheriff  of  Galloway,  Balma- 

kyne,  Barclay  of  Gairtlie,  Bat- 
woode,  Black,  Blunseill,  Cante- 
lupe,  Corrie  of  Kelwood,  Crail, 
Cullane,  Davidson,  Glendinning 
of  Drumrash,  Grant,  Hannay  of 
Sorbie,  Hay  of  Tillebothell, 
Irvine. 

96.  Ladylye,    Maculloch    of  Torhouse, 

Macky  of  Larg,  Plafair,  Rouland, 
Somerville  of  Camnethan,  Smith, 
Wedderburn  of  that  Ilk,  Wise- 
man, Young,  A.D.  1429,  Young, 
A.D.  1507. 

Lyon  Register. 

97.  iEdie  of  Moneaght,   Dalrymple  of 

Stair,  Eccles  of  Kildonan,  Fair- 
holm  of  Craigiehall,  Fairne  of 
Tarlogie,  Gair  of  Nigg,  J  affray 
of  Kingswells,  Keith  of  Tilli- 
gonie,  Langlands  of  that  Ilk. 

98.  Laing  of  Morisland,  Macdonald  of 

Moydert,M' Abenof  Knockdolian, 
Thomson  of  Maynes,  Naesmyth 
of  Posso. 

Earl  of  Crawford's  Manu- 
script. 

99.  Claresoune,  Hardy,  Methven,  Little> 

Fletcher,  Erskine  of  Kinnoull, 
Rait,  Rowell,  Rowle. 

100.  Levington,  Seras,  Sir  William  St 

Clair,  Halden. 

Gentlemen's  Arms. 

10 1.  Black    of    Comiston,     Bonnyman, 

Brodie  of  that  Ilk,  Brand,  Broom- 
hill,  Butter  of  Gormack,  Belshes 
of  Tofts,  Byres,  Bontine  of  Ar- 


LIST  OF  NAMES. 


XXV 


doch,  Boyle,  Brentone,  Bennet, 
Blenschell,  Burnet,  Birnie,  Black- 
wood. 

102.  Caddell    of    Asloun,    Chrystie    of 

Whythouse,  Clarksone,  Copland 
of  Udoch,  Currie  of  Newbie, 
Davidson,  Denham,  Dunning  of 
Miller,  Dawson,  Dalgarno  of 
Garnieston,  Dalgleish,  Dempster, 
Duguid  of  Auchinhuiff,  Donald- 
son, Fythie  of  Boysack,  Fletcher 
of  Saltoun. 

103.  Farquharson,  Gairdine  of  Borrow- 

field,  Govane,  Grahame  of  Mor- 
phie,  Hervie,  Halcro,  Hopper, 
Horseburgh  of  that  Ilk.  Johnston 
of  Caskieben,  Kintore,  Kennedy 
of  Kilmuck,  Kirkwood,  Lamb, 
Leith  of  Harthill,  Leask  of  that 
Ilk,  Littlejohn. 

104.  Moffat,  Mossman,  Maxtone  of  Cul- 

toquhey,  Middleton  of  Kilhill, 
Maine,  Marshall,  Moncur  (Nevay), 
Mitchelson,  Noble,  Nicholson, 
Oudny  (Udny)  of  that  Ilk,  Os- 
wald, Orchartoune,  Poyet  of  Auch- 
inhamper  (?),  Rainie,  Ralston. 

105.  Reid  of  Pitfodels,   Rae,    Rankine, 

Sharp,  Symyne,  Smyth,  Spalding, 
Scougal  of  that  Ilk,  Smyth,  Spott, 
Symmer  of  Balyordie,  Sprottie, 
Sands,  Smetone,  Vernor,  Win- 
chester. 

106.  Vollum   of  Woodwrae,  Welwood, 

ordie,   Zowlle. 

Funeral  Escutcheons. 

Boe  of  Stain,  Ellies  of  Elliestoun, 
Scott  of  Harden,  Craw  of  Guns- 
green,  Skene  of  Curriehill,  Lundie 
of  that  Ilk,  Marshall,  Tyrie  of 
Drumkilbo. 


107.  Goodlett  of  Abbotshaugh,  Bennet 

of  Chesters,  Rig  of  Aithernie, 
Walkinshaw  of  that  Ilk,  Mackin- 
tosh of  that  Ilk,  Low,  Miller  of 
Newton,  Sinclair  of  Stevenson. 

108.  Nisbet  of  Dean,  Porterfield  of  that 

Ilk,  Oswald  of  Fingalton,  Baikie 
of  Tankerness,  M'Brair  of  Nether- 
wood,  Dick  of  Prestonfield. 

109.  Pringle   of  Galashiels,    Burnet    of 

Barns,  Boyle  of  Kelbume,  Forret 
of  Fingask,  Glass  of  Petintian, 
Gilmour  of  Craigmiller,  Trotter 
of  Mortonhall. 
no.  Chancellor  of  Shie.ldhill,  Brisbane 
of  Bishopton,  Tod,  Ireland  of 
Milhorn,  Speir,  Mackay  of  Big- 
house,  Douglas  of  Mains,  Banner- 
man  of  Elsick,  Rochead  of  Inner- 
leith. 

Sundries. 

111.  Aikman,   Barry,  Carnegie  of  Kin- 

naird,  Cramond,  Crukschank. 

112.  Drummond    of   Concraig,   Scrym- 

geour  of  Myres,  Tullydafif,  Mudy. 

113.  Gartshore  of  that  Ilk,  Gemill,  Law, 

Lamont  of  that  Ilk,  Logie  of 
Logiealmond, 

114.  Macalzean,  M'Gachen  of  Dalwhat, 

M 'Galium  or  Malcolm,  Machan, 
M'Blane. 

115.  Murdoch,  Macaulay  of  Ardincaple, 

Monorgan,  Mirrie,  Rerik. 
116  Hadden,  Bertram,  Kelso  of  Kelso- 
land,  Orme  of  Mugdrum,  Douglas 
of  Pumpherston,  Glasfurd,  Bal- 
canqual  of  that  Ilk,  Bower  of 
Kincaldrum,  Hamilton  of  Inner- 
wick. 

117.  Kirke, 

118.  Watt,   Echlin,  Stevenson  of  Her- 

mandshiels,  Siward. 


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